10:20 PM EDT 06/25/2016
Originally posted 02/11/2016 01:25PM
Meryl Streep made clear her stance on diversity within the film industry.
Originally posted 02/03/2016 03:50PM
Originally posted 12/16/2015 02:15PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4657490901001"] Thirty years ago this week, Meryl Streep and Robert Redford starred together in Out of Africa, a movie that used the natural beauty of Kenya as a backdrop for an epic love story. The film, released on Dec. 18, 1985, was a huge commercial success, and no wonder – it featured two of the most celebrated actors in Hollywood.
Originally posted 11/16/2015 11:40AM
The over 60 crowd ruled the Governors Awards – See their major style moments!
Anne Hathaway Celebrates Fellow A-List People's Choice Award Nominees With Their High School Yearbook Photos
Originally posted 11/06/2015 01:05AM
Now this is the epitome of #SquadGoals.
Carey Mulligan and Meryl Steep on What It Means to be a Suffragette: 'They Are Women Joined Together on Behalf of Each Other'
Originally posted 11/02/2015 02:00PM
Anybody can be a suffragette.
Originally posted 10/21/2015 06:55PM
When Carey Mulligan decided to portray one of the pioneering foot soldiers in England's feminist movement in the early 20th century, she knew she had an important story to tell.
Originally posted 10/07/2015 08:00PM
A group of women's rights protesters interrupted the premiere of Meryl Streep's new film, in which she plays a women's rights activist.
Originally posted 10/07/2015 06:00PM
Meryl Streep is fighting for women's rights both on and off the screen.
Meryl Streep Calls Herself a 'Humanist,' Urges Women to Stand Strong in the 'Face of Patronizing Ridicule'
Originally posted 09/30/2015 05:30PM
Meryl Streep may play a female political activist in next month's Suffragette but when asked if she considers herself a feminist, the three-time Oscar winner had a clear answer.
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